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A former Siemens executive charged by the SEC with violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act has reached agreement in principle to settle his case.
A compliance officer for Siemens’ heathcare business in China said in a federal lawsuit this week that he was fired a week after complaining about the company’s risky business practices.
Seventeen people — eight current and nine former managers of Siemens AG — were accused Friday of bribing officials to help win a contract to produce national identity cards while Carlos Menem was president of Argentina in the late 1990s.
A federal district court judge in New York City today threw out the SEC’s civil FCPA enforcement action against a former Siemens executive accused of helping pay $100 million in bribes to officials in Argentina.
The International Anti-Corruption Academy’s Wittgenstein Villa reminds us to use our time and freedom well. I’m thinking about Siemens (which helps fund the IACA). And I am wondering if an historic reckoning for Wal-Mart could have positive consequences for all compliance officers and the global public.